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And your Sir, I haue bin / With your Father, andAnd you, sir. I have been with your father andKL II.i.2
giuen him notice / That the Duke of Cornwall, and Regan given him notice that the Duke of Cornwall and ReganKL II.i.3
his Duchesse / Will be here with him this night.his Duchess will be here with him this night.KL II.i.4
Nay I know not, you haue heard of the newesNay, I know not. You have heard of the newsKL II.i.6
abroad, I meane the whisper'd ones, for they are yet butabroad – I mean the whispered ones, for they are yet butKL II.i.7
ear-kissing arguments.ear-kissing arguments?KL II.i.8
Haue you heard of no likely Warres toward, / 'TwixtHave you heard of no likely wars toward 'twixtKL II.i.10
the Dukes of Cornwall, and Albany?the Dukes of Cornwall and Albany?KL II.i.11
You may do then in time, / Fare you well Sir. You may do, then, in time. Fare you well, sir.KL II.i.13
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